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TVS Jupiter Latest Updates

TVS has hiked prices for all 3 variants of the Jupiter, but thankfully the hike is quite marginal. The Jupiter BS6 was the first scooter from TVS’ lineup to receive BS6 updates and that doesn’t come as a surprise since it’s the most popular TVS scooter.. It now gets a fuel-injected motor, a new blue paint option, a mobile cubby hole, USB charger, and a tinted visor. The Jupiter BS6 is priced from Rs 62,062 to Rs 68,562 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Jupiter Specifications

Powering the scooter is a BS6 compliant 109.7cc air-cooled and fuel-injected motor. It delivers 7.47PS at 7000rpm and 8.4Nm at 5500rpm. That’s 0.52Nm less than the BS4 Jupiter. However, peak power now comes 500rpm lower in the rev range. While there is a slight drop in power, TVS claims the new scooter delivers 15 per cent better fuel economy. The Jupiter BS6 continues to use a CVT. The Jupiter BS6 continues to use an underbone frame with a telescopic fork and a three-step preload-adjustable monoshock. It gets 12-inch alloy wheels with tubeless tyres. The Jupiter BS6 gets drum brakes on both wheels, which is surprising considering the BS4 Jupiter came with an optional front disc brake. At 109kg, the Jupiter BS6 is one of the heavier 110cc scooters out there. However, ground clearance, at 150mm, is quite good for a scooter. It gets a 21-litre storage bin under the seat that can accommodate a regular full-sized helmet.

Jupiter Variants

The TVS Jupiter BS6 is available in three variants -- Base (Rs 62,062), ZX (Rs 64,062) and Classic (68,562). While the ZX variant gets beige plastic panels and a two-tone seat, the Classic variant gets a tinted visor, chrome mirrors, a sticker job, padded seat, and a backrest.

TVS could launch the Grande BS6 variant with a front disc brake in the near future.

Jupiter Design

The BS6 Jupiter shares its design with its BS4 predecessor. However, it does get an LED headlight which was first seen on the BS4 Jupiter Grande variant. Other new updates include redesigned graphics and a new Indiblue paint job (Classic BS6 variant). Buyers have a huge array of colour options to pick from as the Jupiter BS6 gets 13 colours across three variants. The base Jupiter BS6 variant comes in Mystic Gold, Titanium Grey, Midnight Black, Volcano Red, Pristine White, Walnut Brown, Matte Blue, and Matte Silver. The more premium ZX variant comes in Starlight Blue and Royal Wine. The top-spec Jupiter Classic BS6 variant is available in Indiblue, Autumn Brown and Sunlit Ivory.

Jupiter Features

The Jupiter BS6 gets an LED headlamp, an LED tail lamp, while the indicators are bulb-type units. It features an analogue instrument console as standard that offers info such as speed, fuel level, and houses other telltale lamps as well. However, some variants do feature a semi-digital instrument cluster. The external fuel filler cap, external pass light switch, and alloy wheels have been carried over. While the Jupiter BS6 variant gets a standard USB charging outlet on the front apron, TVS also offers an underseat USB port as an option.

TVS Jupiter Competitors

The TVS Jupiter BS6 competes with the Honda Activa 6G and the Hero Maestro Edge. Price-wise, it competes with the Hero Destini 125, Suzuki Access 125 BS6 and Yamaha Fascino 125.

TVS Jupiter Price

The price of TVS Jupiter starts at Rs. 62,062 and goes upto Rs. 68,562. TVS Jupiter is offered in 3 variants - BS6, ZX BS6 and the top variant Jupiter Classic BS6 which comes at a price tag of Rs. 68,562.

TVS Jupiter Price List in India

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
Jupiter BS6
109 cc |
Rs. 62,062
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Jupiter ZX BS6
109 cc |
Rs. 64,062
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Jupiter Classic BS6
109 cc |
Rs. 68,562
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Jupiter

Q. Which is best among Jupiter and Aviator
  • Aviator is good...avrege mileage sb acha h me jupiter chala rha hu very bed experience oil bahut pita h
  • *Aviator doesn't have market value *Otherwise go for Activa*Jupiter is best choice
  • I own a Jupiter but personally like Aviator for its looks
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Q. Which is better activa 5g or tvs jupiter?
  • Honda Activa 5G is priced at Rs. 52,443 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and coupled with 109.19cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine that generates the power output of 8.11PS @ 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 9Nm @ 5500 rpm. Activa 5G is available in two trims: STD and DLX. Honda claims that the scooter can reach a top speed of 83kmph and return a mileage of 60kmpl. It has a total fuel tank capacity of 5.3 litres and under-seat storage capacity of 18 L. Moreover, Honda introduced some new features in 5G as compare to its ancestor 4G such as an LED headlamp and semi-digital console(High-end trim), optional mobile charging slot. Nonetheless, it is also integrated with new four-in-one ignition slot. To know more, click on the link: https://bit.ly/2DEFuN4 On the other hand, TVS Jupiter Classic is priced at Rs.56,726 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is powered by 109.7CC air cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder engine that produces 7.89bhp and a peak torque of 8Nm. It gets front disc and rear drum breaks with alloy wheel. It also includes a USB charging port, external fuel filler cap, reserve fuel indicator, LED tail lamp and telescopic forks, front disc brake and TVS’ Sync Brake system. TVS claims a mileage figure of 62kmpl for the Jupiter. Click on the link to churn out more: https://bit.ly/2wU8kJl ZW Verdict: TVS Jupiter and Honda Activa 5G both are good scooters and has their own strength. Although, if we compare them on the basis of power and performance then TVS Jupiter owns the crown. Whereas, Activa 5G is backed by brand tag of Honda and comes in Honda Activa line-up which is getting trusted by most of the buyers since its first modal. We would suggest you to take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort. Click on the link to find out your nearest dealership in order know about availability and to take a test ride: https://bit.ly/2jv2aXQ You also use our comparison tool to compare these two scooters. Click on the link to compare them: https://bit.ly/2K7sebg
  • Probably both but if your buying the vehicle for the first then 5g would be little better because of its reliability and after service from Honda is decent enough and stress free while tvs is a new company and you might get frustrated by their service ta some dealerships not all and I would've suggest you try looking for tvs ntorq its really a God scooter it's fast and comfortable and has lots of segment first features like full digital display and is at the same price as 5g more or less I would definitely recommend ntorq, but between jupiter and 5g it comes down to styling which one would you prefer is your buy because they both ride the same well 5g is a little softer and will be little more co. Comfortable but on high speed will tend to get nervous
  • Best is to go with N-torq in the similar price range. My family is loyal to Honda so we have Grazia, Activa, Aviator. Now, i use these 2 vehicles on regular basis - Duke 390 and N-torq. SR150 which my brother uses. To be honest... I think SR150 is best but it is highly overpriced... Now lets come to the price section where activa belongs... So, after riding its all siblings... The best one is N-torq which is a TVS brand. I was a Honda loyal customer just like my family but N-torq is way better in every aspect so i had to move to N-torq. I would advice you the same to go with N-torq. It is the best choice.. You better take a test ride of all the three vehicles then purchase which one you feel best comfortable with..
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Q. Which one is the best mileage scooter in India ?
  • Here are the top 10 mileage scooters in India so far. these are average of user reported numbers and not ARAI . ARAI certified numbers are more than this but since driving styles and roads differ the below are average numbers users have claimed.10. Aprilia SR 150 : 35 kmpl9. Aprilia SR 125 : 39 kmpl8. TVS Ntorque 125 : 42 kmpl7. Vespa sxl 125 : 45 kmpl6.vespa vxl 125 : 45 kmpl5. Honda dio : 48kmpl4. TVs Jupiter ; 50kmpl3. Access 125 : 50 kmpl2. Activa 6G : 55 kmpl1. Honda Grazia : 60 kmpl
  • I am owing Jupiter right now purchased yesterday. So I calculated the mileage of 52kmpl by riding it in eco mode only without frequent acceleration and de acceleration . If you want comfortable ride with decent mileage and with less maintenance surely go for Jupiter. But If you want only mileage than go for activa if you can ride it under 40 kmph then it will definitely provide you better mileage than Jupiter
  • There are ample of options available in different price range like Hero Pleasure, Honda Cliq, TVS Scooty Pep Plus, TVS Scooty Zest etc. Click on the link to check all options: https://bit.ly/2PtBCoE You may also apply filters to refine your search and can shortlist some of the options from the lot. Do let us know the hand-picked options so that we can help you to choose one.
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Q. Which scooter is better Activa 6G or TVS Jupiter is the latest, please tell me the latest variants in TVS Jupiter .
  • Honda Activa 6G feels much more well-rounded than before. There are a few rough edges, though particularly in the practicality department. But those could be fixed by offering better accessories at the least. Overall, the Activa 6G offers a smooth engine, fuel efficiency, as well as slightly improved handling and ride quality, ensuring that it fills the shoes of its predecessor rather well. Plus, Honda now offers a three-year standard warranty with the option to extend it up to three more years. So, that makes the venerable scooter a worry-free investment for personal transportation. On the other hand, the Jupiter was and remains a fantastic alternative to the best-selling Honda Activa. While the Honda Activa in its 6G avatar comes close to the Jupiter in terms of features. The Jupiter still has the edge when it comes to pricing. We feel that TVS could have equipped the Jupiter with more features to offset the inevitable price hike. It remains one of the best 110cc scooters out there but there are a lot of 125cc BS6 compliant scooters that offer similar features and performance for a slight premium. Check out our dedicated article to compare both the scooters.TVS Jupiter is available in three variants: Standard, ZX and Classic. You may compare both the scooters according to their variants too.Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.
  • Honda Activa 6G feels much more well-rounded than before. There are a few rough edges, though particularly in the practicality department. But those could be fixed by offering better accessories at the least. Overall, the Activa 6G offers a smooth engine, fuel efficiency, as well as slightly improved handling and ride quality, ensuring that it fills the shoes of its predecessor rather well. Plus, Honda now offers a three-year standard warranty with the option to extend it up to three more years. So, that makes the venerable scooter a worry-free investment for personal transportation. On the other hand, the Jupiter was and remains a fantastic alternative to the best-selling Honda Activa. While the Honda Activa in its 6G avatar comes close to the Jupiter in terms of features. The Jupiter still has the edge when it comes to pricing. We feel that TVS could have equipped the Jupiter with more features to offset the inevitable price hike. It remains one of the best 110cc scooters out there but there are a lot of 125cc BS6 compliant scooters that offer similar features and performance for a slight premium. Check out our dedicated article to compare both the scooters.TVS Jupiter is available in three variants: Standard, ZX and Classic. You may compare both the scooters according to their variants too.Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.
  • Ride quality of TVS is much better thn Honda.. i have driven both but i feel TVS is much better thn Honda.. It is just the name of Activa otherwise TVS Jupitar is much better.. Take a test ride in bumpy roads and you will feel the difference.. Go for TVS.
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Editor's View of TVS Jupiter

  • Upside

    Fuel-efficient motor, fantastic ride quality, competitive pricing.

  • Downside

    Dated design, no disc brake option.

  • Our Verdict

    The Jupiter was and remains a fantastic alternative to the best-selling Honda Activa. While the Honda Activa in its 6G avatar comes close to the Jupiter in terms of features, the Jupiter still has the edge when it comes to pricing. We feel that TVS could have equipped the Jupiter with more features to offset the inevitable price hike. It remains our pick as the best 110cc family scooter on sale.


Jupiter Detailed Review

Almost two years, a dozen grand kilometres and countless office commutes later, it is time for our trusty ol’ Jupiter to go back to its makers. It has been one of the longest-serving vehicles we’ve had in our fleet yet, and almost everyone in our team has at least commuted on it at one point of time or the other. I got my hands on the Jupiter early last year after my previous long-termer, a properly sporty supersport bike, went back to the manufacturer.

TVS Jupiter Final Long Term Wrapup

Initially, I wasn’t too enthused with the idea of “downgrading” from a twin-cylinder motorcycle to a staid old scooter. However, it took just a few days of living with it for me to utterly fall in love with the Jupiter and with the general idea of a scooter as a daily city commuter. And now that it is going back, I’m going to have serious parting pains.

TVS Jupiter Final Long Term Wrapup

Dressed in a deep, lustrous dark maroon violet-ish colour, our Jupiter -- replete with “MillionR” stickers, to commemorate TVS selling a million of these -- came to me just as the monsoons arrived in Pune. I was instantly thankful of the protection it offered my legs from soaked roads. The Jupiter let me arrive to office with a dry (moderately) pair of jeans and some dignity intact even after misjudging the weather and lazily setting out without putting on outer raingear. And yeah, I could afford to set out of home without putting on the bulky raingear in the first place because I could just stow it under the seat. And my backpack with my laptop and other electronics, which normally would’ve stayed on my back, could now go on the hook behind the front apron - even more protection from the rains. This is already Scooter: 1, Motorcycle: 0, isn’t it?

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It also came with stylish black split alloy wheels and a front disc brake, and that just sweetened the deal even further. The added braking power of the disc brake greatly increased confidence in the wet and I now strongly believe it is high time manufacturers start offering it on every scooter above 100cc, at least as an option.

A few months later, TVS sent us a pair of 90/90 - R12 Dragon tyres for review, and thus, our Jupiter promptly got a set of new tyres, replacing the original Contas, also from TVS Tyres. The new footwear imparted better grip and braking in the wet, although dry weather and smooth tarmac performance remained the same.

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With just 8PS on tap, the Jupiter isn’t the most spirited scooter on the roads today, what with newcomers like even its own flashier sibling, the NTorq, pipping it soundly in terms of performance. Instead, what the Jupiter offers is a relaxed and stress-free commuting experience that is sure to grow on you with the passage of time. Engine refinement is unreal and even today, with more than 11000km on the clock, it sounds, feels and goes as smoothly as it did on my first ride. The suspension is set up on the comfort side of things, so there’s not much in the way of speed breakers or potholes that can unsettle it. There is nary a hint of vibration or discomfort anywhere - not when you’re in the city anyway.

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Yes, I’ve taken it out on the highway too. While keeping up with the flow of 21st century traffic is quite a task, the Jupiter can and will do the odd long-distance run -- provided you’re willing to live with the overly soft seat. It isn’t much of a bother -- it is actually a boon really -- on short rides in the city, but longer stints on the saddle will certainly necessitate breaks, not just for fuel but to rest your bum.
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Ah yes, fuel. Consulting the ZigWheels long term sheet indicates that it initially returned 49kmpl when I got hold of it. That would mean that now, almost two years later, its efficiency has dropped by just 1kmpl on average, changes in my riding style not considered. Riding two-up, which I did quite frequently, didn’t alter that figure noticeably either, standing at roughly 45.6kmpl. Was that a faint squeak of thanks from my wallet?

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All the servicing during her time with me was done at the same authorised TVS service centre in Pune: Century TVS. A free replacement for a crack in the left clear-lens indicator and a 1000-rupee front disc brake pad change aside, it hasn’t needed anything apart from adhering to the usual servicing schedule. That deep paint job still glistens in the sun as beautifully as it did two years ago.

TVS Jupiter Final Long Term Wrapup

In its time with us, the TVS Jupiter has proven itself as a supremely effective commuter that does its brief extremely well. Unassuming and understated, it doesn’t scream attention at itself, but quietly and calmly goes about its job without ever throwing a hissy fit. Its bulletproof reliability is as good as anything we’ve seen from the Japs, and I’ll be sad to part ways with this classy scooter.

TVS Jupiter Final Long Term Wrapup

Date Acquired: November 2016

Total Km Till Date: 11,480km

Fuel Efficiency: 48kmpl

Cheers: Fuel efficiency, Front disc brake, Refinement

Sneers: Soft seat, Beige floorboard gets dirty easily, (Insipid horn, I guess?)

Photopraphy: Vikrant Date

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TVS Jupiter User Reviews

4.0 /5
1795 reviews & ratings
  • Mileage
    3.8/5
  • Performance
    4.1/5
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.0/5
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    4.2/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.0/5

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  • 3.4

    It's not preferred for long drives it's Indian manufacturer that's the reason I took the Jupiter it's done give good mileage

  • 1.4

    mileage is very less, not very attractive and stylish, patrol tank is very small. Not very comfortable while driving

  • 5.0

    Fine maylej 40to42 Jupiter is Best Motor saycal Best performance.... May Dotar is Colej Daliton is50 Kilometre...

  • 5.0

    Good condition very nice very nice nice to move and good condition remainder and daily basis excellent condition with my TVS Jupiter bike

  • 5.0

    no experience for this Jupiter so l am sorry

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  • 3.4

    Writing this review After 1 Year of riding. I though it would be great to share my experience. 1. Mileage - 44 Km/Litre(This is guaranteed, I have atleast 50+ reading average data. If you ride on 50 to 60 Speed without changing speed too quickly. 2. PICK UP - Quick accelerator is not that good.Honda activa is better and Yamaha Fascino is even better. 3. Seat is larger, But weight capacity is not that great. 4. BATTERY - This is Important. TVS provide two kinds of battery for Jupiter. EXIDE and AMCO. I had AMCO battery and it given trouble within 8 months of use. then I changed it as it was on warranty. But Guys, It might be a manufacturing issue for my scooter battery, but You should demand for a EXIDE battery while purchasing a Jupiter, They will give it easily. EXIDE is a much better battery than any battery on earth. Amaron battery is No.2 in the race! If You are unlucky, then anything can give trouble, But if your luck favor, Then AMCO will give maximum 2.5 to 3 yrs while EXIDE will give upto 6 years of self life. 5. COLOR- Not many free color options, But in Classic range, there are quite lovely colors. But be informed that, in Both basic and Classic models, Engine is same, Only outer body look is different.

  • 4.2

    I bought TVS Jupiter standard yesterday for my father for daily commutation purpose for about 15-20km per day. So today I checked the mileage of TVS Jupiter in city as well as on highway at a maximum speed of 50km/hr . I drove in eco mode only . Average which I got is : 160 km in 3.07 litre ( With two person weighing 155kg ) Nearly 52 Km/litreAdvantages of buying Jupiter :1) 12inch wheels which provide good comfort for long drive as well as less shaking in potholes. 2) Suspension system is very good far better than activa. 3) Riding Position is also comfortable as handle is place near to your body. 4) Performance : Better Pickup. Good for highway ride Decent mileage 5) More under seat Storage 6) Good leg space Cons : 1) Look wise not so stylish. 2) Seat is small for two healthy person3) Seat cushion is too soft. 4) Pillion seating position is uncomfortable.

  • 4.2

    I bought TVS Jupiter standard yesterday for my father for daily commutation purpose for about 15-20km per day. So today I checked the mileage of TVS Jupiter in city as well as on highway at a maximum speed of 50km/hr . I drove in eco mode only . Average which I got is : 160 km in 3.07 litre ( With two person weighing 155kg ) Nearly 52 Km/litreAdvantages of buying Jupiter :1) 12inch wheels which provide good comfort for long drive as well as less shaking in potholes. 2) Suspension system is very good far better than activa. 3) Riding Position is also comfortable as handle is place near to your body. 4) Performance : Better Pickup. Good for highway ride Decent mileage 5) More under seat Storage 6) Good leg space Cons : 1) Look wise not so stylish. 2) Seat is small for two healthy person3) Seat cushion is too soft. 4) Pillion seating position is uncomfortable.

  • 4.2

    Don"t know why people complain about Jupiter mileage. Maybe they can be right but for me, it is giving me exact 62kmpl mileage in mix conditions (1 year/ 3000 km). If I ride single. My experience with my old Jupiter is very bad (especially mileage) that was mostly used by my brother. My suggestions don"t let the belt loose. Use kick start, and let it warm for 1 min during the first start of each day. Use linear speed. Don"t accelerate too quickly. Don"t go over 55kmpl if not needed. Note: Sometimes it just stops and won"t start even though everything is fine. Actually, all Jupiter comes with a little manufacturing defect that is all the wires of break and other things come from the right side of the handle .So, when you turn handles they get chocked and self-start and other things won"t work. Just give a good twist to the handle left to right. Wait, and it will start again. And yes, if you want more performance then go for ntoque. Although, I don"t have one.

  • 5.0

    A true scooter where you can rely on. Good comfort, good head light, suspension, mileage and convenient features. Only drawback of this 2015 Jupiter model is it's brakes. They are not that good, but they are ok. Engine: whatever TVS makes is done with their racing experience n their DNA. Engine is so smooth n torque. It's a scooter of a Royal Enfield motor cycles torque class. I enjoy riding this scooter as if I m going for a race on mountains. No potholes or bad roads can stop you. Just glides over... N all metal body.

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  • Walnut Brown
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TVS Jupiter FAQs

What is the price of TVS Jupiter?

The ex-showroom price of TVS Jupiter is 68,562. Check On Road Price of Jupiter. .

What is the Tyre and Wheel type of TVS Jupiter?

TVS Jupiter has Tubeless tyre and Alloy wheels.

Does the TVS Jupiter have ABS?

No, ABS feature is not available in TVS Jupiter. View full specification of Jupiter.

Which is better TVS Jupiter or Honda Activa 6G?

Honda Activa 6G Price starts at Rs. 65,419 which is Rs. 3,357 costlier than base model of TVS Jupiter priced at Rs. 62,062. Compare TVS Jupiter vs Honda Activa 6G on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of TVS Jupiter in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of TVS Jupiter in Delhi is Rs. 1,788 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in TVS Jupiter?

TVS Jupiter is available in 13 colours : Walnut Brown, Volcano Red, Titanium Grey, Pristine White, Mystic Gold, Midnight Black, Matte Silver, Matte Blue, Starlight Blue, Royal Wine, Sunlit Ivory, Indi Blue and Autumn Brown. View colour images of Jupiter.

TVS Bike Dealers in Delhi

  • BINSAR AUTOMOBILES
    B-294/1, MAIN WAJIRABAD ROAD, NEAR KHAJURI FLY OVER, BHAJANPURA, Delhi, 110094
    Phone : 9318436799
    Email : Binsar.tvs@tvsmdealers.co.in
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    S 526, School Block, Shakarpur Flyover, Delhi, 110092
    Phone : 9818692693, 01122481633
    Email : GkMotors@tvsmdealers.co.in
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  • RAJPOOT MOTORS
    H.NO-804, EXTENDED LAL DORA, SANT NAGAR BURARI, , Delhi, 110084
    Phone : 9911119056
    Email : Rajpoot.tvs@tvsmdealers.co.in
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    T-4/9 mangol puri industrial area Phase 1, Delhi, 110083
    Phone : 9891089198
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